Mat Staver, the Liberty Counsel Attorney who is representing the Pelletiers (or trying to anyway, for some inexplicable reason Justina’s court appointed lawyer is objecting to Mat being allowed to represent the family, prompting the question ‘Since when does your accuser (i.e. the State) get to decide who is allowed to represent you in court?) was interviewed yesterday on the Michael Graham on his radio program a couple days ago and shared some pretty shocking information.
From Mat’s reading of the court records, the judge apparently was inclined to send Justina home months ago and even ordered the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families to come up with a plan to make it happen. To which DCF replied ‘You don’t have the power to make us’ and the child has languished in their care for months longer.
Who should we be more angry at? DCF for being so utterly corrupt they don’t even care what a judge has to say? Or the judge for not having the spine to even enforce his own rulings? If any one of US defied that judge we would face contempt charges so fast our heads would spin, but DCF is allowed to carry on about its business as usual with absolute impunity. Incredible.
The interview reveals further new details – like, exactly how many written orders have been issued in this case. Again, incredible. And how Justina was taken to the emergency room this weekend but guess where… I’ll give you a hint, not Tufts where the court ordered her medical care be provided. Her parents were not informed and are not allowed to know the reason or result of the ER trip. Unbelievable. Really, it could just make my head explode.
You can go HERE to listen to the interview or click on the image below – once you do, just scroll down and click ‘play’ to listen. It is about 10 minutes long and well worth a listen. Again, for anybody who still is thinking there is no way this could be happening without a good reason, this is a good place to start learning about the outrageous facts in this case.
The judge is supposed to give a ruling tomorrow that could decide the case. If you would, please pray for Justina and her family and for the hearts of the judge and all of those who are involve to be given the wisdom and courage to do the right thing.